A year later, Federico’s women meet again in the Huerta de San Vicente at the call of Novia, but they are no longer the same and the surroundings have now changed to a somber landscape bathed in red. The meeting will get complicated when they find out Federico has composed a manuscript about their new lives that leaves an open door for other characters to take over the story. The women will discover something isn’t right when strange things occur in the house, and their anguish will worsen with rumors that Federico’s men (their former partners or lovers) want to reach the place for unknown reasons. Only magic and togetherness can help them face the uncertainty and the dangers that this unexpected arrival will bring them.
The second part of the successful Federico’s Women, by noted feminist Ana Bernal Triviño.